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Noun1.wordnet - any of the machine-readable lexical databases modeled after the Princeton WordNet
lexical database - a database of information about words
2.WordNet - a machine-readable lexical database organized by meanings; developed at Princeton University
synset - a set of one or more synonyms
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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WordNet was intended to organise the semantic concepts of English.
Urban Dictionary is available under online dictionaries while Livio Dictionary and Wordnet Dictionary are available under offline.
Current well-known common sense knowledge bases are: WordNet [1], Cyc [2] and ConceptNet [3].
En estos trabajos se proponen metodos que se basan en el conocimiento para obtener el sentido de los terminos en un MC usando WordNet, recurso que sera descrito en la siguiente seccion de este trabajo.
The most popular of these is WordNet [5], an electronic database which provides definitions, synonyms, antonyms, and other information for 147 306 English words.
For relevance scoring likelihood ratio test [18] is employed in hybrid fashion with WordNet based similarity as explained in the following section algorithms of the opinion target identification.
The use of English WordNet, quite strikingly, substantiates its enormous productivity in identifying MWEs from Bengali documents.
One of the most widely known commonsense knowledge bases is WordNet (1 2) [6] [7].
NLP Parser along with WordNet has been used to interpret the queries and to infer the attribute requirement.
While ConceptNet still supports many of the same applications as WordNet, such as query expansion and determining semantic similarity, its focus on concepts rather than words, its more diverse relational ontology and its emphasis on informal conceptual connectedness over formal linguistic rigor allow it to go beyond WordNet to make practical, context-oriented, commonsense inferences over real-world texts.
It is the precise path taken by this project, in application to lexical databases and WordNet in particular.
A Wordnet may be created manually by lexicographers by first principles.